Test drive these tools of the trade and we doubt you will ever look back.
Bella Cucina's Tuscan-style grill folds flat for easy transport. Set it up over a fire, adjust the height, and you're ready
Shop: Bella Cucina
All-Clad's new d5 aluminum and stainless steel cookware earns raves for its even heating.
Price: $220 for a 3-qt. sauté pan
Bodum—the coffee press people—bring their ever-sharper design skills to outdoor cooking with this portable mini charcoal grill.
Put water-soaked wood chips into Outset’s stainless steel box, and suffuse anything you cook on a gas grill (or charcoal)
with delicious smokiness.
Anolon's induction-ready Nouvelle Copper line looks lovely and performed beautifully in our tests, with nice, even heating.
High-arched lids are easy to grab.
The lids on Fissler's Solea stainless cookware line lock into place on the rim, so condensation drains back into the pan instead
of onto your cooktop.
Shop: Fissler USA
"Hello, All-Clad? I've met someone new..." Lagostina's Collezione Rossa color-infused stainless-steel cookware. Pastaiola
Cooks who properly season and maintain their cast-iron pans like the nonstick quality and the great brown sear you can get
at high heat. Medium pans like this pretty 11-inch Lodge are a great, durable addition to the kitchen.
Shop: Lodge Cast Iron
LeCreuset's going all Fiesta ware on us with another new hue for their classic cast-iron line: fennel.
Price: $249.95/5.5-quart French oven
Shop: Sur La Table